Recent Examples of birthmark from the Web
Doctors check moles and birthmarks for changes that could indicate skin cancer, says Dr. Avaliani.
Your cravings won't manifest themselves as birthmarks on the kid's skin.
What was once a teardrop below one eye now looks like a bruise or a birthmark, and scars mottle his hands.
My mum is covering up her right wrist with her left hand to hide a birthmark.
The birthmark on Sylvia’s face is an echo of the one on Amy, the prostitute who took his virginity long ago.
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First Known Use of birthmark
BIRTHMARK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birthmark for English Language Learners
: an unusual mark that is present on the skin from the time when someone is born
BIRTHMARK Defined for Kids
Definition of birthmark for Students
: an unusual mark or blemish on the skin at birth
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